Come home tired, what a day I have had;
News ain't good from Stalingrad -
I been busy protecting the German race,
So come on baby, defecate on my face.

Come on baby, send it on down;
Bend over Braunn and give me your brown.
There is trouble brewing in the Warsaw Pact,
So hurry up Eva and move your digestive tract.

Get to the bunker, looks like a sty;
Turn on the T.V. and it's all one Big Lie -
Here Eva, have these prunes to chew:
We have ways of making you poo.

Here come the Russians! It's near the end!
Proud to say that my girl never used an "S-bend".
What's that Eva? Your bowel's on strike?
Then it's all over for my Third Reich.


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    Song Meaning"Defecate On My Face" was the first single released by Australian alternative rock band TISM. It was originally released in 1986 and has become a mainstay of TISM's live show ever since.
    The original release of the single was on 7" vinyl which came packaged in a 12" cardboard sleeve and was sealed on all four sides, so that one side had to be broken to hear the record. The original single has become a collectors item among fans, with unopened ones being a sort of "Holy Grail" to TISM collectors.
    The song tells the story of Adolf Hitler and his rise through history as a great dictator. It follows his various successes throughout the Second World War, and in doing so, it reveals that his dramatic rise to power is made possible, or perhaps hampered, by his one weakness: He requires that Eva Braun defecate on his face, presumably as a fetish. When, one day she refuses, his dictatorship goes awry and several misfortunes befall him. The song reveals this to be the cause of the (real-life) failure of his plans to conquer the world, and his ultimate demise.
    The chorus contains the lines: "There's trouble brewing in the Warsaw Pact; So hurry up Eva and move your digestive tract". This is despite the fact that the Warsaw Pact was not established until 1955; several years after Hitler's death.

    The video features stock footage of Nazi soldiers and several high ranking Nazi officials intercut with footage of bombs dropping and aftermath of these events. One notable scene involves a man who looks up just as bombs are dropped from a plane, a subtle nod towards the song's theme.[1] Also in the video are TISM dancing in front of a white screen in their trademark black balaclavas and Ku Klux Klan uniforms.
    One odd moment in the video features a piece of card featuring a quote, apparently from T. S. Eliot which reads "Hurry Up" and a caption "To his kettle".
    At two minutes into the video, two unmasked TISM members can be seen.TISM recorded Defecate On My Face after they won a 3RRR battle-of-the-bands competition, but the song could not be played on radio until 1993 because of the lyrical content which included extensive references to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, his mistress Eva Braun, and coprophilia.The title has become the most re-released TISM song, appearing on several recordings. The first was a 7" single, which contained a version of "Defecate..." that would later appear on tism.bestoff. (2002) along with a remix by Machine Gun Fellatio. The most well-known appears on their album Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance (1988). A country and western version was recorded for Form and Meaning Reach Ultimate Communion (1986) and re-appeared on Gentlemen, Start Your Egos (1992). Machines Against the Rage (1996) and The White Albun (2004) both included live versions. An early, darker version of the track, with an extensive scratching solo, appeared on "This Is Serious Mum Demo Tape" (1985)
    sepultura1987on December 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentJust a plain funny song from the masters of controversy... love it!
    Tricky1979on November 28, 2012   Link

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